Living History, Crafts / europe
Forged replicas, items cut out of a bone, bronze casted pieces, period table games - taffl and dice.
Catalog number: LHE28
Your Price: 39.00 €
Size: 7 x 13 cm.
Catalog number: LHE79
Your Price: 75.00 €
Replica of a Roman patera. Volume approx. 1 Liter. Material: brass, tin inside. Decorative replica.
Catalog number: LHE65
Your Price: 29.00 €
Six hand made bone dice and cup from leather. Size of the cup approx.: 9.5 cm, size of the dice approx. 10 mm. Handcrafted in the Czech Republic. Very suitable also as a present. Suitable from the ancient times till present.
Catalog number: LHE81
Your Price: 3.00 €
Handmade bone dice. Price is for one piece. Size: 1 x 1 cm.
Catalog number: LHE43
Your Price: 58.00 €
Water Bottle of Roman Legions.
Steel replica of water bottle with brass furnishing. Covered with wax at the inside. Weight circa 700 g.
We sell these bottles for decorative pruposes only - not for use.
Catalog number: SBR205
Your Price: 17.00 €
Bronze Taranis Wheel Pendant Replica of a Taranis wheel found in a Celtic settlement known as Stradonice Oppidum, SW of Prague, the Czech Republic.
Taranis, one of the most powerful Celtic Gods, is associated with the natural forces such as the wind and lightning. Unusual pendants resembling a wheel were discovered in many Iron Age localities.
Stradonice Oppidum was the largest Celtic settlements (90 ha) in Central Europe, a rich centre of crafts. In 1877 a treasure of 200 golden coins was found here and since then this locality has been extensively explored and thousands of unique itemswere discovered here.
This (wax model, casting form) is a product and property of Wulflund and direct copying is prohibited.
Catalog number: LHE77
Your Price: 26.00 €
Exact replica of a Roman wooden box. In the ancient times people used similar boxes for storage of various material: hygienic tools, steel for setting fire, herbs, figures of the Gods etc. It is very probable that similar boxes were used elsewhere in ancient Europe - Gallia, Dacia, British Isles ...
Size: 8.5 x 17 x 5.5 cm. Material: ash.
Catalog number: SBR207
Your Price: 16.00 €
Replica of La Tene Celtic Deer Talisman. This pendant was found in a Celtic settlement known as Oppidum of Stradonice, SW of Prague, the Czech Republic. One of the largest Celtic cities in an area of Central Europe with approx. 90 ha where in 1877 a treasure of 200 golden coins was uncovered. This locality has been extensively explored since then and many unique artefacts were discovered (thousands of items). It was a rich oppidum and a centre of craftsmenship. This stag pendant was discovered by treasure hunters in an area believed to be dedicated to cult practices.
This product (wax model, casting form) is a product and property of Wulflund and direct copying is prohibited.
Catalog number: OSL100
Your Price: 14.00 €
Axe of Perun, aka Hatchet Amulet, Replica of a battle axe pendant found in parts of Scandinavia, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
Perun is a pre-Christian God of Thunder and Lightning and is the highest God of the Slavic pantheon. Some experts connect the amulet to the Norse culture.
The photo of the original archaeological find from Poland, 10th century.
Catalog number: FPR204
Your Price: 89.00 €
Brazier - Ancient Roman Firepit. Height: 60 cm.
Catalog number: LHE61
Your Price: 145.00 €On their long marches for their Roman empire legionairies carried not only their weapons with them, they also had to carry their own provisions and cooking and baking utensils.
Catalog number: LHE57
Your Price: 102.00 €Unique bronze replica (of a museal quality) of a Celtic La Tene bracelet from the locality of Zlonice, Czech Republic.
Catalog number: SBR206
Your Price: 39.00 €
Taranis one of the most powerful Celtic Gods, is associated with the elements of wind and lightning. In many Iron Age localities bizzare pendants resembling a wheel were found. We are offer you a replica of Taranis wheel that was found in a locality of Stradonice Oppidum, the Czech Republic.
The Oppidum of Stradonice (SW of Prague) was one of the largest Celtic cities in an area of Central Europe with approx. 90 ha. In 1877 a treasure of 200 golden coins was found here. Since this time this locality has been extensively explored and many unique finds were discovered (thousands of items). It was a rich oppidum and a centre of crafts. This product (wax model, casting form) is a product and property of Wulflund and direct copying is prohibited.
Catalog number: LHE73
Your Price: 60.00 €
Historical lantern. Material: brass.
Catalog number: LHE72
Your Price: 65.00 €
Roman candle holder, height: 20 cm.
Catalog number: LHE44
Your Price: 139.00 €Vexillum - Roman cohort. Vexillums were used in Roman legions about years 100 - 400. This standard is 2.34 m long, weight circa 4 kg.
Catalog number: LHE71
Your Price: 47.00 €